Category: Presents


REVIEW: Forgiven but not Forgotten? by Abby Green
8th Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Forgiven but not Forgotten? by Abby Green

Forgiven but not Forgotten? by Abby Green: Siena had fallen far from her life of luxury when her father’s sins were outed and he disappeared. For her sister’s sake, she’s resorted to serve food and drink at the parties where she used to be a guest. She thinks she’s blending in, […]

REVIEW: A Greek Escape by Elizabeth Power
3rd Jun / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Greek Escape by Elizabeth Power

In A Greek Escape by Elizabeth Power Leonidas Vassalio just wants to spend some time away from London – in anonymity on the Greek Island upon which he was raised. When he spies the blonde woman snapping his picture he cannot believe the paparazzi managed to follow him. She takes off […]

REVIEW: Final Bargain by Melaine Milburne
28th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Final Bargain by Melaine Milburne

t’s not a new concept – two tortured souls coming together and finding love. But for Eliza and Leo, things are a lot more complicated than that. In His Final Bargain by Melaine Milburne the issues are so large and daunting that it’s difficult not to get a little tense […]

REVIEW: A Rich Man’s Whim by Lynne Graham
27th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Rich Man’s Whim by Lynne Graham

In A Rich Man’s Whim by Lynne Graham Kat is an unassuming B&B owner who took responsibility for her younger sisters when her mother gave them up to foster care. She spent years of her life trying to eke out a living while giving her half-siblings the best educations, health care, […]

REVIEW: The Secret Casella Baby by Cathy Williams
22nd May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: The Secret Casella Baby by Cathy Williams

In The Secret Casella Baby by Cathy Williams, Holly George wants a husband and children but she knows that she is ordinary looking, and she hates the city, she is most comfortable in her animal sanctuary, where she is not likely to run into eligible men. Luiz Casella is going […]

REVIEW: Maid for Montero by Kim Lawrence
16th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Maid for Montero by Kim Lawrence

In Maid for Montero by Kim Lawrence, Zoe is the new housekeeper for Isandro Montero’s estate. She must do everything she can to keep her job now that she has custody of her deceased sister’s twins. Zoe does not want to take them away from everything they know, and one […]

REVIEW: A Price Worth Paying? by Trish Morey
10th May / 2 Comments

REVIEW: A Price Worth Paying? by Trish Morey

In A Price Worth Paying? by Trish Morey Simone’s and Alesander’s families were bitter rivals, going back generations. Their Spanish vineyards abutted each other’s, and Alesander’s family cursed Simone’s and vowed they would someday be driven from the land that they wished to make their own. When Simone hears that her […]

REVIEW: Princess in the Iron Mask by Victoria Parker
9th May / 4 Comments

REVIEW: Princess in the Iron Mask by Victoria Parker

I’ll admit right up front that I had to re-read the first few pages twice. I thought for sure that this was a regency book masquerading as a modern. The writing seemed a little too formal to be set in present-day. However, once I got past the initial hesitation, I […]

REVIEW: A Touch of Notoriety by Carole Mortimer
9th May / 0 Comments

REVIEW: A Touch of Notoriety by Carole Mortimer

Carole Mortimer was one of the first Romance writers I remember reading, back when I was a young lady. Along with Penny Jordan and Nora Roberts, they were staples on my reading list. A Touch of Notoriety by Carole Mortimer is a sequel to A Taste of the Forbidden, part of […]

REVIEW: Heir to a Dark Inheritance by Maisey Yates
30th Apr / 0 Comments

REVIEW: Heir to a Dark Inheritance by Maisey Yates

In Heir to a Dark Inheritance by Maisey Yates Alik Vasin is “broken beyond repair”. There is no room in his life for emotion, there never has been. As a youngster on the streets of Russia, he did what he had to do to survive. When Alik finds out he has […]